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Case 350 / 351 Seat

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Lee Brown

06-03-2009 10:42:20

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What is the correct seat for a 1957 Case 350 (351)? It's a gas triple-range tractor but it only has a lawn mower seat on it right now, and I want to find the correct one (and some new cushions) for it.

Thanks for any advice / suggestions!


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06-04-2009 11:01:03

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 Re: Case 350 / 351 Seat in reply to Lee Brown, 06-03-2009 10:42:20  
Your're Lucky it has two, well three if you count the low seat for the orchard model.
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06-04-2009 17:10:52

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 Re: Case 350 / 351 Seat in reply to Walterdavies, 06-04-2009 11:01:03  
The other one is mentioned as an upgraded seat and either one is correct that picture came right from the Case IH site

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Lee Brown

06-04-2009 12:27:01

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 Re: Case 350 / 351 Seat in reply to Walterdavies, 06-04-2009 11:01:03  
Thanks a lot! I guess it probably had the pan seat, since I've never seen the other type on any Case tractor!

I appreciate your help and the photo!

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